IPL: The reason for this destruction is IPL.. It changed my game.. Aussie all rounder interesting comments..

Marcus Stoinis: Stoinis, who set a world record with this aggressive batting.. and gave the reason for it.. led to a heated discussion on IPL.

All-rounder Marcus Stoinis played a crucial role in Australia’s maiden T20 World Cup victory with an unbeaten 59 off 18 balls against Sri Lanka. However, Sri Lanka showed aggression against the spinners especially Vanindu Hasaranga and Mahish Theeksha and defeated the defending champions Australia by seven wickets. However, Stoinis, who set a world record with this aggressive batting.. by telling the reason for it.. led to a heated discussion on IPL. He credited IPL as the reason for his leap. He said Indian Premier League (IPL) only to change the attitude towards spinners.

After the match, Marcus Stoinis said, “Yes, IPL has definitely changed my cricket. It helped me become a better cricketer,” he said. “I have been playing in the IPL for the past few years. There I learned about different techniques and ideas about playing spin. It definitely helped me become a better cricketer,” he praised.

Stoinis also set the record for the fastest half-century in T20 international cricket for Australia in his innings. He admitted that he was a bit nervous when he went in to bat. “To be honest, I was really scared. “I wanted to make an impact by going to the crease and cheering up my teammates,” he said.

Marcus Stoinis scored an unbeaten 59 off 18 balls as Australia beat Sri Lanka by 7 wickets in a Group I match at the Super 12 stage of the T20 World Cup to make a strong comeback in the tournament. Man of the match Stoinis hit 4 fours and 6 sixes in his innings and swung the match completely in Australia’s direction. This is Australia’s fastest half-century in T20Is. Batting first, Sri Lanka scored 157 runs for the loss of six wickets with Charit Aslanka’s aggressive innings of 38 runs. Australia chased down the target in 16.3 overs. Captain Aaron Finch remained unbeaten on 31 runs.

Aaron Finch did not look comfortable in his 42-ball innings. However, Stoinis played quick shots as soon as he stepped into the crease. He completed his half century in just 17 balls. This made him the second fastest half-century in T20 World Cup after Yuvraj Singh. Stoinis and Finch put on an unbeaten partnership of 69 runs off 25 balls. On behalf of Australia, Glenn Maxwell also scored 23 runs in 12 balls with the help of two fours and two sixes. Sri Lanka’s Abuja spinner Vanindu Hasaranga conceded 53 runs in three overs. Mahish Thikshan gave 23 runs with one wicket in three overs.

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